Local Culture and Diversity on the Prairies

In the autumn of 2002, researchers from the Peter and Doris Kule Centre for Ukrainian and Canadian Folklore and Campus Saint-Jean at the University of Alberta, collaborating with partners from the University of Winnipeg, launched an oral history project to document everyday life on the Canadian prairies before 1939. By the end of 2005, the Local Culture and Diversity on the Prairies Project had recorded over two thousand interviews with people of Ukrainian, French, German, and English heritage.
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Fieldworker Christine Kampen and consultant Peter Froese dur...

Fieldworker Christine Kampen and consultant Peter Froese during the interview